- December 1st, 2013
Welcome to Natural Solutions’ 5th Annual Beauty With a Conscience Awards, where we provide a beauty toolbox starter kit to get your grooming regimen on the right track. Here, we recognize companies promoting natural health in the beauty and wellness industry.Beauty isn’t hard work if you have the right tools.
- August 31st, 2013
The beginning of school is a time for your teen to put their best foot forward. Whether it is their freshman year or the end of their high school career, the condition of their skin is important.
Allow us to make a plug for natural beauty. Regular beauty tips might give you great skin and makeup—these will make you healthier inside too!Regaining control of your beautyBy Amy Vergin
- May 31st, 2013
Most women remember the scene in My Big Fat Greek Wedding when Tula awakes on her wedding day with a blemish the size of Mount Olympus in the middle of her face. But contrary to her father’s belief, Windex is not the cure for any skin ailment—and it certainly isn’t a natural solution to hormone-related acne.Clear up now, naturally!By Laurie Heap, MD
- February 1st, 2013
Gluten has become a great concern for those with celiac disease. This autoimmune digestive disease interferes with an individual’s ability to digest food and absorb nutrients. Without a known cure, the only effective treatment is a gluten-free lifestyle.
- February 1st, 2013
You can feel it coming on: cracking, flaking, blotchiness. Yes, it’s winter, and with all the fun festivities that come with it, ‘tis the season that can wreak the most havoc on your largest organ.How to keep your skin supple and soft through this blustery seasonBy Stacey Lindsay
- January 1st, 2013
Not only is a skin care regimen important for achieving a healthy complexion, but the foods we eat are also an important factor in creating healthy, glowing skin. There are certain foods that contain nutrients and vitamins to keep skin looking young and blemish-free.By January Olds
- September 30th, 2012
Beauty comes from the inside out—in more ways than one.
Sure, genetics are involved, but you’ve got a very large role to play to decide which genes get expressed and which ones lay dormant!Tips for natural beauty and skin careBy Lauren Deville, ND
- May 31st, 2012
Your skin is the largest organ in your body. It serves to protect your internal organs; houses nerve endings that provide sensation; regulates heat; controls evaporation; stores liquids; and absorbs oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide. When the sun’s ultraviolet rays shine on this sensitive organ too long, bad things can happen.Protecting your skin is important for more than one reason. Whether the motive is vanity, health, or a combination of the two, looking after your skin should be a priority as sun damage is a serious risk to the unprotected.By Cara Lucas
- May 31st, 2012
On warm summer days spent outside at the beach, by the pool, on the court, or in the garden, it’s all too easy to forget to reapply (or even apply) sunscreen. While the resulting damage can’t be reversed, it is possible to lessen the aftereffects of too much sun in order to take the ache away.Heal sunburn and damaged skin the natural way.By Brooke Holmgren
- October 26th, 2011
Pumpkins pop up everywhere this time of year, especially as carved jack-o’-lanterns and in festive fall pies. But this popular October staple has another great use: skincare. Pumpkins pack the powerful antioxidant vitamin A, which helps counterbalance pesky free radicals and prevent wrinkles, as well as zinc to aid in cell regeneration.By Gabrielle Boerkircher and Lindsey Galloway